I have a spreadsheet that uses a Form for Data entry. Each record has ID, Name, State, and about 20 more columns of information for each ID.
The data entry is working well.
What I need now is to add a check for a UNIQUE ID. If they are adding a new record I need my form to return a message if the ID they use is already in the database. So if they enter XXXXX and that is in the file already - they should get a message that XXXXX is already in the database and to please enter a new ID.
And once they fix XXXXX to XXXXY then the record is added.
I used to have a ton of experience with Java and C# but now my job calls for VB scripts in excel. Probably an assignment error or logic error but here's the ....
i m doing is i have two workbooks "New Dashboard" and "Book1". I search column A in Book1 for HELLO, and then i use the row it was found in to grab a value "HrsVal". I take that value and i put it "New Dashboard". I then do the same for every sheet. It seems to fail in my second loop in the 2nd sheet. Error says "Overflow".
I declare a bunch of variables and arrays, mostly longs and doubles, then run a DLL. After that, I redim one of my arrays (2D) to the right size and try to fill in some values. The array is a double and the values are less than one million. On the first element the code breaks and throws an overflow error.
If I choose "Debug", I can then click continue and it finishes just fine as if there was no error. I can see in the debugger that the array is sized properly, has the correct type, etc. I have no idea what could be wrong here. Could it be a memory problem?
whenever i run my code below that states "Runtime error '6' Overflow". At debug, the affected statement is " Cells(x + 1, 12) = Cells(x + 1, 11) / Cells(x + 1, 8) ". Can anybody help me with this error ?
Sub QQQQ() Dim v As Long, x As Integer, k As Variant Dim arr(0 To 100, 0 To 100) As Variant
I have read the other posts on here and swapped, Dim timeinc As Interger to Dim timeinc As Long and Dim timeinc As Double but neither worked. They both make the calculation 0 and I can not figure out why. This macro has worked before and is failing only on this new dataset which I have attached as well.
I am solving this problem on a PC and the macro was built for a Mac but I do not think that should change much as when I run it on a Mac it fails the same
I have a script that usually runs, but all of a sudden gives me a run-time error 6: Overflow error. Basically I'm searching for certain criteria and copying or cutting and pasting lines from one sheet to another. Why I'm getting the error by the code below?
Sub teal() Dim i As Long Dim qq As Long Dim assignmentnum As Long[code]......
I worked a while on getting a macro to do what I needed in VBA. I am sure it is not the most efficient way of doing it, but its all I know. The only problem I am now encountering is getting an "Overflow" error and I can not fix it.
Sub CodeRateChange() 'Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl+t
'Vlookup of PC to get PG Sheets("CODE").Select For I = 1 To 1000 If Left(Cells(I, 1), 1) = "P" Then Cells(I, 2) = Application.WorksheetFunction.VLookup(Cells(I, 1), Range("Hierarchy"), 2, False) End If Next I 'Calculate Base Sales Dollars Sheets("CODE").Select For I = 1 To 1000 If Left(Cells(I, 1), 1) = "P" Then Cells(I, 39) = (Cells(I, 3) * Cells(I, 15)) Cells(I, 40) = (Cells(I, 4) * Cells(I, 16))....................
I've been contracted some work and I was asked to add an additional metric on the report summary page. I have completed adding metric, tested it, and everything works fine. I was asked to put the code I worked on into an updated copy and thats where I get this "Run Time Error 6 - OverFlow" error message. The only difference between the two files is that the data worksheet (where the Summary page gets the info) in the new file has 100 more row of data. I understand that the code may be stuck in a loop, but what would cause this?
A little background on what the file does. Every month the user enters the publication name, whether it is a color or black or white ad, and the size of the ad. The macro then summerizes the data onto a different worksheet (similar to what the results of a pivot table would give you), calculating the revenue for each publicaton (based on b/w x rate + color x rate). The file worked fine until I replaced the old data with the new data.
I am currently trying to develop a code for calculating the value of an asian option using a binomial tree... In running the macro I get a run-time error 6 - overflow message. I have put the code below. note that the code is still under construction - in order to check it I have put in some hard-coded figures. Of course, these should be calculated in the model eventually. The bug is in calculating the "InterO1" value ...
Sub bereken_asian_call() sig = Sheets("Sheet1"). Range("B1").Value T = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B2").Value N = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B3").Value r = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B7").Value div = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B8").Value S = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B12").Value K = Sheets("sheet1").Range("b13").Value alpha = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B14").Value Dim St() As Double Dim F() As Double Dim O() As Double Dim NewAv1() As Double Dim NewAv2() As Double Dim Ffut1() As Double Dim Ffut2() As Double Dim Ffut3() As Double Dim Ffut4() As Double Dim den1() As Double Dim den2() As Double Dim InterO1() As Double Dim InterO2() As Double dt = T / N u = Exp(sig * Sqr(dt)) d = 1 / u pu = (Exp(dt * r) - d) / (u - d)................
I have code that performs calculations, adding to counters and division. All of my Dim statements are set to Long but I still get them. The code works sometimes but other times not. Do you get that error when trying to divide by zero? Anyone have any idea what to try next?
Upon running this code I get an overflow runtime error. This DID work until I rewrote it and I cannot figure out why it does not anymore. Note the highlighted code which produces the overflow. It DOES produce the proper result- but once I click the SUBMIT button it gives me the runtime and points to the highlighted code.
Private Sub btnSubmit_Click() ActiveWorkbook. Sheets("Rejections").Activate Range("A4").Select Do If IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = False Then ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select End If Loop Until IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = True ActiveCell.Value = txtDate.Value ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1) = txtWO.Value If optCD.Value = True Then ActiveCell.Offset(0, 2) = "CD" End If If optDVD.Value = True Then ActiveCell.Offset(0, 2) = "DVD" End If ActiveCell.Offset(0, 3) = txtInitialBurn.Value.........................
I've created a price sheet that I distribute to customers that is very customer specific. I have to add spacing, logo's, borders and highlighting depending on the products being listed. Because of all of this specialization I'm controlling the page breaks and overflow. I have a counter to keep the current line number of the report and another to determine the row within the current page. I've designed my form to have 77 lines per page and I call a pagebreak/overflow routine when I hit line 72 of each page. Works perfectly when I test on my PC and works about 80% of the time when I send to customers, but I have about 20% who have problems with page size and overflow. In working with them I've found that it's not just the printed copy, but also when they print preview on screen. The first few lines of the second page print at the bottom of the first, so the top of page two is cut off. Then 4 lines from page three print at the bottom of two and so on...
we would use a byte data type as a counter in a For Loop, but just today I have been having trouble with this. When I try to count backwards with " Step -1" I get an "error 6: overflow" on the FOR LOOP line. When I count forwards it works fine.
I have tracked down an overflow Error 6 to the following line:
dMax = Int(s * DPoints / SPoints)
Where all variables are defined as Integers. The error goes away when I define s as Long, but I don't understand why this should be required since none of the individual variables ever exceed the scope of an Integer (-32768 to 32767).
Strangely, I get the same overflow problem when I type either of the following calculations in the immediate window:
Note that no variables are defined, so why the overflow problem? Surely Excel/VBA should be able to work with this very basic calculation without any problem, by assigning the appropriate dimension, no?
Is this a known problem with Excel/VBA?
I am using Windows 7, with Excel 2010 (updated from 2009).
making a macro that will scan for duplicates, length & empty cells.
I have the sample file below that does conditional formatting but it doesnt help as much because I want to show the reason for the highlight's on a comment instead.
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checks would be: column A - duplicates and/or length should not be over 100 characters column B - duplicates column F - should only contain 2 comma's(or 3 keywords) all columns - check if no entries are found(empty cells)
Type class VNOValidation111 Y233 NIf(class=any of the below nos then Vno should be Y if not then N. The result should be in "validation" cell). Class11334466778899100 Im not sure how i can use If function here....
I need to write a conditional statement that checks for the value of a cell and assigns a percentage based on the value in the cell. Nothing I have tried works....
Here are the results I need:
If value is 1-3, then 50%, else If value = 4, then 45%, else if value = 5, then 40%, else if value = 6, then 35%, else if value = 7, then 30%, else if value =8, then 25%, else if value =9, then 20%, else if value =10, then $500